3 women ‘returning from baby shower’ killed by alleged DRUNK driver in California: Police


Three women have died after their car collided with an alleged drunk driver in California.

Alejandra Olaez, 33, her sister-in-law Yesenia Olaez, 33, and family friend, Lorena Morales, 58, were killed on Saturday in Pomona, according to a release from the Pomona Police Department.

The statement added that officers attended the scene of a two-vehicle collision at 10:59 PM on Saturday, where ‘all involved parties were moderately to severely injured.’

Number of Deaths and Injured

‘Pomona PD officers and LA County Fire Department personnel treated the parties on-scene, unfortunately 2 passengers succumbed to their injuries at the scene,’ the police statement continued.

‘3 other people from one of the vehicles were transported to a nearby hospital where one of the involved drivers unfortunately succumbed to their injuries and passed away.’

How The Collision Happened

The driver of the other car, who was the only occupant of an SUV, was identified as Victor Siharath, 36. It was determined by officers at the scene that he had been driving while impaired and he was then arrested for felony DUI, added the police statement. 

According to source, the three victims had been returning from Morales’ granddaughter’s baby shower in Moreno Valley, when the incident occurred.

Yesenia Olaez, Lorena Morales and Alejandra Olaez

Marolaes had been driving the car with her husband, Juan Garcia, in the front passenger seat when the crash took place.

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She Couldn’t be Saved

Garcia was transported to a hospital in critical condition, while Alejandra’s 12-year-old daughter Naomi was also taken to hospital and placed in the intensive-care unit.

Alejandra’s sister-in-law Yesenia was also in the process of adopting her 11-year-old nephew, according to source.

‘She was a loving mother,’ Yesenia’s nephew Brian Gonzalez said at a vigil on Sunday. ‘I feel like her time was way too short. Although I do know she died peacefully and she died loving me. I wanted her to see me grow up.’

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